Julie Shahroudi

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Public Service

Julie Shahroudi is an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Public Service at NYU's Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service, and works at NYC Health + Hospitals as Director of Primary Care Transformation. She has experience in the private sector, City and State government, and for the Veterans Health Administration (VHA). Her work has covered inpatient and outpatient settings at hospitals, grants management, Medicaid, Medicare and Long Term Care Insurance. Shahroudi worked at the Veterans Health Administration, managing quality improvement projects (Lean Six Sigma) to standardize patient flow and care at the New York, Brooklyn and Queens VA hospitals. She also directed health services research projects and served as the administrator for outpatient clinics at the New York campus. Currently, Shahroudi has responsibility for stewarding the primary care strategic plan and supervising PCMH recognition. Shahroudi also has her own consulting firm, where she provides healthcare management consulting services to public and not-for-profit organizations.

Shahroudi received a B.A. in Psychology with a minor in Biology and Music from Georgetown College and a Masters of Public Administration in Health Policy & Management from NYU Wagner.

Effective development, planning, execution and communication of special projects are critical to all types of public service organizations. Service organization, health providers and other institutions constantly pursue new initiatives – offering new services, developing creative approaches to service delivery, beginning new program components, opening new facilities, introducing new technologies – to address the demands of their constantly changing environment. Non-profit and government organizations face similar pressures are also rely on special projects to address them. This course offers an introduction to the basic concepts and methods for directing projects and provides students with tools that prepare them for success as a project manager.

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Effective development, planning, execution and communication of special projects are critical to all types of public service organizations. Service organization, health providers and other institutions constantly pursue new initiatives – offering new services, developing creative approaches to service delivery, beginning new program components, opening new facilities, introducing new technologies – to address the demands of their constantly changing environment. Non-profit and government organizations face similar pressures are also rely on special projects to address them. This course offers an introduction to the basic concepts and methods for directing projects and provides students with tools that prepare them for success as a project manager.

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Effective development, planning, execution and communication of special projects are critical to all types of public service organizations. Service organization, health providers and other institutions constantly pursue new initiatives – offering new services, developing creative approaches to service delivery, beginning new program components, opening new facilities, introducing new technologies – to address the demands of their constantly changing environment. Non-profit and government organizations face similar pressures are also rely on special projects to address them. This course offers an introduction to the basic concepts and methods for directing projects and provides students with tools that prepare them for success as a project manager.

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